Miami’s 7 Most WOW Pads

From Shakira to Lil Wayne, Presenting The Miami’s Most Incredible Homes

alex rodrigez

For your viewing pleasure step inside Miami’s most incredible homes, celebrity mansions and envy-worthy manors. From ultra-modern apartments with state-of-the-art technology to private islands with spectacular Miami views, take a cruise through the best of Miami without even leaving your desk. 

While we won’t break you into Lil Wayne’s house, we will give you a run down Miami most WOW homes.

Skyview |

skyview

WhereDowntown Miami
Why:  Think futuristic luxury mixed with beautiful tropical weather in this stunning Miami apartment perched on the 49th floor. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow the spectacular vista to take center stage.  Just over the bridge from South Beach, the Downtown area of Miami is the perfect home-base for any type of trip. Close to countless businesses, shops and restaurants, there’s something for everyone just steps away.
Number of rooms: 2
Why we love it: Breathtaking views of Miami, walk-in closet and gargantuan balcony.

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| Pharell Williams’s Brickell Penthouse |

Pharrell Williams

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WhereBrickell
Why:  Floating 40 stories above Miami, check out Mr Williams’ former pop-art packed penthouse with art lined walls and an outdoor pool surrounded by lush greenery. The floor-to-ceiling windows in this envy-worthy pad provides epic panorama views over the city, across Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach, and out to the Atlantic. According to the rapper and clothing designer himself, when you’re living 40 floors up, “you see the world from a different point of view, it’s like living in a very interesting fishbowl, but since no one can see up here, it’s like a fishbowl with a limo tint.”
Number of rooms: 5
Why we love it: Ideal for hip-hop enthusiasts.

| Midtown Gem |

Midtown Gem

WhereMidtown
Why: This beautiful, retro-chic apartment is full of unique pieces of art and furniture that will keep you in awe throughout your stay. Pops of color and prints complement the sleek, white furniture add to the incredible views. You’re sure to enjoy your time in this modern Miami apartment.
Number of rooms: 2
Why we love it: Panoramic views.

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| Infinity |

Infinity

Where: Brickell
Why: If you’re looking to live the penthouse lifestyle, look no further than Infinity. It’s nearly impossible to find a room throughout this apartment that doesn’t boast spectacular views of the city. Due to its status, this property grants you access to the semi-private rooftop sun deck, complete with jacuzzi. Of course, you can always enjoy the views from your private balcony accessible from the living room.
Number of rooms: 2
Why we love it: 42″ flat screen, infinity pool and state-of-the-art fitness center.

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| Lil Wayne’s La Gorce |

Lil wayne

Where: La Gorce Island
Why: The rapper’s ultra-contemporary crib comes with 120 feet of water frontage, has large expanses of glass, steel and select marble and a two-story master suite with it’s own elevator.
Number of rooms: 10
Why we love it: Glass and steel private elevator, who wouldn’t want one of these?

| Miami Manor |

Miami Manor

Where: La Gorce Island
Why: Truly experience how the other 1% live in this luxury miami mansion – among the best the city has to offer. In true South Beach fashion, all-white décor and a grand foyer welcome you into this not-so-humble abode. The beautiful wrap-around terraces offer extra living space and is perfect for entertaining or taking in the striking views.
Number of rooms: 8
Why we love it: It’s on its own island, enough said.

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| Shakira’s Beach House |

Shakira Miami Mansion

WhereMiami Beach
Why: This stunning Miami house, previously belonging to the Hips Don’t Lie singer, boasts six bedrooms, state-of-the-art kitchen, hardwood pool deck, large dock and, of course, a sweeping view on Biscayne Bay.
Number of rooms: 6
Why we love it: Killer Biscayne Bay-front views.

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